Primal Gathering Returns to UK This May

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Leaving both people and places better than how they were found

Following the success of last year, Primal Gathering , the world’s first hands-on regenerative gathering, is returning in UK for a 5-day event  in Selgars Mill, in Devon on 14th – 19th May.

Primal Gathering is a unique and intimate five day environmental and social gathering with a mission to help restore people, forests and ecosystems, and leave both the people and the land better than how they were found.

This year festival’s guest speakers and practitioners includes Indian-British activist and founder of Schumacher College Satish Kumar, Climate Activist Farhana Yamin, well known British Barrister and founder of Lawyers for Nature Paul Powlesland, famous instagram foraging influencer Foraged by Fern, Sophie Shnapps from Brian Eno’s EarthPercent Charity, and music from Mammal Hands and other speakers and musicians.

On this 5-day immersion, guests will have a chance to naturally build a sculpture and pizza oven, learn how to plant food, participate in mushroom inoculation, herbalism, regenerative leadership, place-based regeneration, and learn how to forage with Fern. Woven together with myth, folklore and druidry from the British isles, accompanied by soundscapes from across the world.

Primal Gathering supports participants from thinking about making a change, to taking collective action and inspiring real, lasting and visible impact on the land that we inhabit.

Adriana, a participant from last year, says: “Being part of this gathering of beautiful wonderful people was incredible! It felt like we all knew each other for so long, it felt like home, a safe space to share anything and to be our true authentic selves with no judgement. I learned a lot, cabout how to build a more sustainable future, but also about myself. I left with my heart filled with love, light, compassion and gratitude.” 

Nicole Bosky, Founder of Primal Gathering & Primal Leadership, says: “We work with organisations and communities to build cultures of care that foster empathy as a way of working, as we believe empathy is a catalyst towards climate action, and a happier and fulfilled workforce. 

Our intention is to lay the foundations of a new emerging regenerative educational model that is participatory, locally responsive, and globally collaborative to address some of the most pressing issues of our time.”.

It is Primal Gathering’s belief that the path to changing the world comes from our capacity to change our individual behaviours, which comes with more ease when done with the support of practical tools, education and community. 

Tickets for the event range from £360.00 for Camping, up to £1280 for a Private Wagon, and are available to buy from the website.


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